Anandha Inn Convention Centre & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... temple ...elephant out the front that I fed and got blessed by him touching me on the head with his trunk ...so amazing So cool to be the only white peoples in the area Evening walk into an ashram ...so tranquil Stroll along the promenade, lovely to see everyone it and about for a sunset stroll !! Well I ordered chicken tikka for dinner, different to Aussie Indain tikka, but certainly ...
... their tourist counterparts. This is reflected in the signage listing the facilities contained within; ‘Water’ states one sign along with a photo of a chap pouring a metal carafe of the stuff over himself - clearly rudimentary plumbing is considered a bonus feature in these parts.
We find the best place we can and pay very little money for what could be the Presidential Suite in that it had both water and a toilet. We head outside to explore and set ...
... ball in the ceiling. It wasn’t the first thing that we saw when we came in, but when we noticed it we looked at how amazing something so simple as a beam of sunlight could be – especially in such a huge structure with no windows or apparent ways for a beam of the powerful sun’s rays to enter. Something so natural as light, so simple, so pure was creating a magical effect in this alien place. It’s funny, no pictures on the walls, no statues of gods, no ...
... for a mutton curry and Fi, tiger prawns. They were some of the tastiest, meatiest prawns I have ever had, and my curry wasn't half bad either! A very good meal in a rather posh setting and plenty of beer to wash it down, still with a total of a Tenner each! I should probably stop going on about the price, but I can't get over it!! We had to speed walk back to our ashram in order to get in before the gates closed! We considered bringing back a ...
... tour of the other contemplation rooms, we sat under the Banyan Tree to digest the experience before heading home. In Auroville, you can take some pretty cool classes, so we sampled a few. First was Belly Dancing with Mama G, where we experienced the awkwardness of performing an individual freestyle and realised that our wiggling skills leave a lot to be desired. Next we tried meditation which we thought would be more of a lesson but turned out ...